Scandal, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Everyone has a secret... and Olivia Pope has dedicated her life to protecting and defending the public images of the nation's elite and keeping those secrets under wraps. Revered and feared at the same time, Olivia, a former communications director to the President of the United States, left the White House to open her own prominent crisis management firm. She is hoping to start a new chapter in her life—both professionally and personally—but she can't seem to completely cut ties with her past. Slowly it becomes apparent that her dysfunctional staff, who specialize in fixing other people's lives, can't quite fix the ones closest at hand-their own. The creator and executive producers of Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice delve into the behind-the-scenes machinations of a mesmerizing top crisis manager in ABC's highly anticipated new drama, Scandal. Olivia's accomplished staff, who would follow her anywhere and do whatever it takes to save someone's reputation, include Stephen Finch, who has dated his share of women but is trying to settle down and have a family; Harrison Wright, a slick litigator; Huck, hacker extraordinaire; investigator Abby Whelan, who has an enduring crush on Stephen; and Quinn Perkins, the new young woman in the office who is in awe of Olivia, but is initiated in a trial by fire on her very first day on the job. Olivia's former boss, President Fitzgerald Grant and his chief of staff, Cyrus Beene, are never far from her beat. Her clients aren't the only ones with secrets, though; surprisingly, she may need to exercise all her damage control skills on her own behalf.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSweet Baby||When a young lawyer starts a new job at a crisis management firm, she must deal with an accusation against the nation's president on her first day.||45:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDirty Little Secrets||Olivia must protect a new client who is under investigation; Quinn runs into trouble.||43:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHell Hath No Fury||The team tries to help a millionaire's son who has been accused of rape; when Olivia takes on Amanda Tanner as a client, her first request is a meeting with the president.||43:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEnemy of the State||Olivia and Cyrus get into a heated argument about the Amanda Tanner case; the team helps a dictator who claims his wife and children were kidnapped.||43:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCrash and Burn||Olivia and her team help defend the pilot of a commercial plane that crashed, killing all onboard; when Amanda Turner goes missing, Huck must call upon his past to help find her; Fitz asks the vice president for help.||43:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Trail||As Gideon looks into Amanda's past, Olivia and Fitz's start on the campaign trail is revisited.||43:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGrant: For the People||Olivia and the team rally when Quinn finds herself in a tragic situation; Cyrus turns to Olivia when an announcement affects Fitz's presidency.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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So Jenji Kohan and I guess also the actress who created Girls are the closest ones we have who aren't in this category, but why are all these women tv writer/creators who are uber successful like Sondra Rhimes and Nancy Meyers so lame/tame and mainstream. It's really sad. She's not as bad as Nancy Meyers is , but this is just so I don't know, NOT Scandalous,., her stuff has zero balls. And there's just something SO yuppie about it and I can't put my finger on what it is. I watched the first two scenes of this and I went , why are they saying this is unlike anything on TV. To me it's SO like I'm watching TV which is when I avoid T.V. Then I found out what the creator made and I didn't bother to leave it on, I knew my annoyance with it was only going to ascend with each minute. A better critic could explain what's so irritating about her, her dialogue, the whole thing.
I pray for the day when there's a woman giving us a Boardwalk Empire or a Breaking Bad. I just so respect when people show us how cruel and dark human beings really are, Jenji Johan sorta does it, but not ruthlessly. Girls can come pretty close but it's still not I don't know showing me the horror of life in a way I respect. I like dark, I like truthful. It can be absurd in terms of events and plot, but show me how people really are horrible to one another, and then I can appreciate the rare and wonderful moments when they're good.